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up. >> thanks for joining us, it's wednesday, october 19. we're going to get a check of your forecast with danielle niles. and no umbrellas today. >> no need for any umbrellas and we're going to be warming up today. many of us were stuck in the 50s and 60s. north of boston, we're all going to be warming up. the dew points in the lower 60s. it's a little bit humid. southwest breeze, pretty active. 13 miles per hour. 66 in most of us running in the middle 60s. concord, new hampshire. that's where we also have thicker clouds. most of these will be drying up. so what we'll see is a band of clouds that come through for morning rush, more sunshine breaking out, lunchtime, warm. 77. the winds shifting around 5 to 10 miles per hour. it's a blend of sun and clouds. temperatures in the mid 70s
we'll talk about the time line coming up. >> thank you so much. let's get you out on the roads. you can see the pike eastbound is moving along smoothly. things are okay on the roads as you make your way into the stofn city of boston. we'll keep you right here. >> a developing story. a teenage boy hit and killed by an suv while riding his >> nicole jacobs is live with the latest on that investigation for us. nicole. >> reporter: chris, that crash happened here along main street. police have not yet released the identity of that young bicyclist, nor have they said if charges will be filed for the 18-year-old driver. >> around dusk tuesday, emergency crews were call the to main street. a young boy hit and killed while riding his bike. >> it's a very active
statements from witnesses. >> hours into the investigation, authorities have few clues. the victim was a teenager, they say, but all other information unknown. >> what's going on right now is we are working closely with school officials and the cell phone that the boy had. >> accident reconstructions were on the scene well into the night trying to determine how the crash happened. the 18-year-old driver who was behind the wheel did stop and was interviewed by police. >> was cooperative. no charges filed at this point, but it's very early in the investigation. >> so many questioning surrounding this tragedy that left a community in deep sorrow. >> tough enough when it's a child, it's more gut wrenching. amy a father of six. i know that some families life change for ever tonight. >> the district attorney's
investigation again. it's unclear if charges will be filed or exactly what contributing factors led to this crash. we're live, nicole, wbz this morning. >> a man working on his car shot in dorcester. the man was hit when a gunman fired 15 rounds. the man was rushed to boston medical center. no word on any arrests. > pulled to safety by a coast guard helicopter. live this morning with more details. ana. >> brianna, a very happy outcome for that man and his family when he was rescued after several hours stranded in the ocean here off of crane beach. 58-year-old, randall and his son-in-law, alexander, went swimming together around 5:30 tuesday evening. the coast guard says they were
be strong swimmers, but they became separated by dense fog. around 7:00, the swimmers hadn't returned home, their family grew anxious and came down to the beach where they saw the bicycles and called 911. the coast guard launched a massive search with a helicopter and airplane and a rescue boat. a short time later, the 28-year- old managed to swim to shore and walk to the command post. it wasn't until two hours later, that the helicopter sp treading water. he was hoisted by that helicopter and flown back to the command post where he was reunited with his family. he was then brought to the hospital where he was said to be in stable condition. reporting live, wbz this morning. >> a man exposing himself to elementary school students in andover. police are hoping security camera footage will help them track that man down. the man exposed himself twice
the playground. as many as four kids saw this man and told their parents who alerted schools. >> i'm shaking inside. my teeth were chattering when i was talking to my mother. i come here every day and i was saying, we're in this little bubble. and it feels safe, and so many things going on now, i told my mother, i feel like there's nowhere safe to take her. >> the man in his 20s was driving a silver or black or a volkswagen. >> an antiu.s. rally turns violent a at an american embassy in the philippines. a protest leader says three activists were taken to a hospital after being run over by a police van. that van drove back and forth as demonstrators surrounded it. police hurled a red paint at the embassy. protesters are demanding an end to u.s. troops in the country.
hillary clinton and donald trump face off in las vegas tonight. in a new poll by c nn shows a close contest where this is being held in nevada. the latest from las vegas. >> donald trump spent the evening before the final debate vowing to bring term limits to congress as president. >> it's time to sweep the corruption out of washington. >> the republican nominee goes into tonight's show underdog. having lost support among women voters amid several allegations. just yesterday, six people came forward to corroborate claims leveled against him from a writer of people magazine who says trump forcibly kissed her during an interview in 2005. >> these were made up allegations that were played up by the made yay. >> clinton's campaign says she
about the e-mails. the latest batch published yesterday showed aids mocking former rival, bernie sanders. >> this is an effort that led by the russians, that is designed to hurt our campaign. >> the format for tonight's debate is the same with the first. with clon ton and trump standing at different podiums as they make their case to millions of americans. university of las vegas professor says tonight's event town hall style debate. >> i think he will throw everything, from bright experience theories. >> all eyes will be on both candidates as they enter the debate hall to see if they shake hands at the start. something they avoided last time. cbs news, las vegas. and you can watch the debate live here tonight on wbz starting at 9:00.
month's election, today is the last day to register. you can register in person, by mail, or online as long as you have a valid state id. >> a democrat leaving party lines behind, leaving thousands of dollars, after a campaign office was fire bombed. when david heard about the attack, he set out to raise $10,000. he ended up raising more than $13,000 in less than he says while he disagrees with the platform politically, it is everyone's duty to help out in the face of violence. >> it's appalling. it's what we do not want to happen to anyone or the e welcometorial system. >> he brought in a lawyer to help figure out the best way to wire the money. taking action against legalizing marijuana.
state. the archdiocese will ask local parishes to put up posters urging voters to reject the measure and sent letters to the parents of 40,000 catholic school children. 5:00 o 09 right now. newton is asking residents to weigh in on a proposed plan to start school shift times. the school district is considering six different plans in an attempt to get f help high schoolers get more all schools in newton by 20 minutes. some are pushing it back from 8:00, 8:30, or 9:00. the change could be put in place by next year. >> could be looking to privatetize more services. the t will pay almost a million dollars to a consultant hired to look into cost saving measures. outsourcing driving and you maintenance. a private company to take over
it could cost more to park at some meters. the city council is considering the increase to help aliveuate traffic congestion. so far, they don't have any specific numbers. but the city is working on a proposal. so, depending on where you park, it could cost you more. >> we'll have to see what yarrs they bike. >> the saylations. >> plus, on the move, the pregnant manatee rescued off the cape traveling in style. where she's recovering now. and temperatures are running in the 50s and 60s. we are all going to be warming up today. look at that. 72 by 10:00 a.m. this morning in boston. we top out in the upper 70 eds, feeling more like summer today. some rain on the way. we'll time it out together when
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at 1,082. that's more than 60-pounds heavier than last year's pumpkin. just in time for tomorrow night's big harvest party where there will be live music and food. >> i don't know how anyone carves that pumpkin. i'm assuming it's too much of a job and probably just stays that way. >> let's carve some pumpkins yesterday. >> they are not going to be able to see it, but it's on twitter. >> i like the mouth on that last year, and it was not good. i got a stencil. i was getting very frustrated. >> i'm glad we got the pumpkin carving out of the way yesterday, it will be like summer today. 75 to 80. that warm front with wanted to push it northward. we are all going to warm up today. barry burbank. i just had to share this beautiful shot of peterson saw
a swan reflecting off the water. just beautiful. we are seeing that moderate color in a lot of southern new england. we are starting to pass peek and a lot of northern new england. those pockets are extending into southern new england now. just a great stretch. going to be beautiful today. more moderate the farther south you go. 66 in boston. same in lawrence. 61 in manchester and mid to upper 60s for most of us. very m now. clear skies over us currently, notice some clouds building in through the valley and north and west of boston. what i anticipate is a band of clouds coming through this morning and sunshine breaking back out. this is all at the cold front that extends from eastern canada back down into the ohio valley. behind it, much cooler air. it's going to return to new england through the day tomorrow. out ahead of it t75 do 80.
that dew point will drop during the second half of the day. 80 in plymouth. fall shy of records. records to beat today is 84 for the city of boston. partly cloudy tonight. 45 to 52. 55 in downtown boston with the wind coming in off the ocean. that's the biggest difference tomorrow, with that wind coming in, 60 in boston. low to mid 60s metro west. and mid 60s on the cape rr of sunshine early tomorrow morning. then the clouds went out. it may be a day you want to throw the umbrella or raincoat in the car. notice what happens, scattered showers arrive tomorrow, late afternoon and evening, generally light for the most part and continue overnight on thursday. friday morning, a couple showers around, along the south coast. the wettest period on friday looks like the second half of the day as showers turn to a steadier rain and then
some of that rain lingers into friday night and a little bit of shower activity lasting into saturday morning. we'll cool off for the upcoming weekend with temperatures on the mid 50s. same on sunday, but a brighter day overall. a lot of leaves. it will be windy. temperatures in the mid 50s. could be a passing shower. much cooler in in the upper 40s for highs. >> let's get you out on roads. live look at the bridge and the connector. you can see light traffic. this light traffic starts on 93 and it's like this all the way into the tunnel this morning. >> sweet green restaurant in downtown crossing is closed due to health code violations. after inspectors found a number of violations. at least one customer reported getting sick after eating at the school street location.
that the manager in charge wasn't sufficiently trained. >> the one that we're most concerned about is the person in charge, not vnl having the knowledge that we expected to have. >> the company president said entete green is working to reopen adds soon as possible. the back base closed temporarily for health code saylations. >> vote on whether to unionize. last month's election will research assistants disease whether to move forward. a federal board ruled student workers are entitled to collective bargaining. others argued graduate workers are primarily students and not employees. the latest town to ban plagessic bags at tomes. residents voted on it monday night during the annual town meeting. it won't happen right away. there's a 12 month period.
>> millford police are on the lookout for two stolen goats. these are the missing animals. raised since birth. millford police cor railed the goats after they had gotten loose, but two men showed up in a goat goats. police think the goats may be in billford. >> the pregnant manatee is back home in florida. a nonstop crews rescued her off the coast last month, she left the mystic aquarium yesterday bound for sea world. she will spend a few weeks there. and coming up, we'll have a closer look at how wash bufferin's trip went and how she is settling in. let's hope she doesn't take tray to make the trip all the way up again. >> wait until after winter. then you can come back up.
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rare form. starting on the microsoft tablets. remember this shot of belichick bashing the tablet? he's been having issues all season long. and yesterday, he said he is done with them. >> i'm done with the tablets. i have given them as much time as i can give them. they are just too undependable for me. i'm stick with pictures, there isn't enough consistency in the performance so i just can't take it anymore. >> pretty funny. as we mentioned, belichick was in rare form. a softer side of bill, who just became a grandfather for the first time. >> we have a roster -- and the emphasis would be on little. we can add newborn blakely rose. she was born this morning to my
jen. so, happy and exciting day for all of us. >> that's great news. and finally, tight end and entrepreneur, took part in the forbes under 30 summit last night. the 29-year-old is busy writing children's books for his own company. the imagination agency. the guy is a character and he did not disappoint during the question, answer period. >> my question for you is are you most creative? >> this is good. that's a good question. any time i'm on the toilet. super, super creative on the toilet. it's like, what are you doing in there? i'm making a children's book. >> you never know what he's going to say. that's sports. i'm steve burton, over to you. >> that was interesting.
shy. >> i like bill belichick. he gets rid of a tablet, but he get as granddaughter. the annual tipoff gala. >> the event benefits the shamrock foundation. last night, at the museum of fine arts. isaiah was given the 2016 community champion award. love all the guys, sports team is our community. they contribute so much. >> still to come, a warning about online dating. >> plus, counting down to election day, both presidential candidates preparing for their final debate tonight. >> this is john keller. kurt schilling running, some reasons why i'm skeptical. when wbz this morning continues. and good morning, everyone. 60s out the door. a mild start. sun is breaking out.
developing right now, a teenager hit and killed by an suv. the driver is also a teenager. we'll have the latest on the investigation. a man reportedly shot while working on his car in dorcester. the gunman firing off 15 rounds. the search is find the suspect. >> from pitcher curt schilling throwing out the idea of a possible run for senate. a look at his chances. >> live from the channel 4 studios in boston. this is wbz news this morning. >> welcome back. thanks for being with us, i'm brie brianna pitts. >> let's kick it off with danielle niles. >> it's going to be 75 to 80. we're going to be warming up. where that warm front didn't
the dew point in the low 60s. it's humid as you step outside. 13 miles per hour right now. temperatures, 61. this is very mild start by october standards. now the skies may be clear, but there are additional clouds to our north and west and these clouds will advance in during the course of the morning commute. so they will filter the sunshine a bit. mostly cloudy. sunrise, 7:02. out of the 60s we climb. hour. the winds will shift out of the west and northwest later today, turning less humid. very pleasant and warm. sunset at 5:55 and temperatures in the mid 70s. we'll time out the rain coming up in a few, chris. >> let's take a live look. some moderate volume as you make your way into town. right now, backups from the split up to granite avenue and running room as you make your
brianna. >> checking our top stories, a teenage boy hit and killed by an suv. the driver is also a teenager. police say it happened last night on main street. the family tells us the victim is a high school student in brockton. police have not reyet released his name. the driver did remain on the scene. a man working on his car is shot. this happened last night along dorchester avenue. the 41-year-old man was hit when a gunman pounds and ran off. the man was rushed to boston medical center. no word on any arrests. a former boston man accused of scamming dates online met online. opened dozens of credit cards in their names. he swindled five women and used that money to buy everything from vacations to dinners. a convicted sex offender was charged with raping a 14-
the social media app, kick. charles lovejoy went before a judge yesterday. he was arrested monday after police in whitman say he picked up the girl. asuited her. officers say he was wearing a gps monitoring device at the time. >> voters rejected a proposal light nor a possible slop parlor. the measure is nonbinding and the vote comes ahead of the ballot question will voters will be asked if ey another parlor in massachusetts. >> we are now less than three weeks away from election day. and both presidential candidates are getting ready to face off in their third and final debate. you can watch it live right here on wbz, starting at 9:00. >> former red sox star, curt schilling wants to be a u.s. senator. he spent the day campaigning for donald trump, but made headlines himself saying he
bid against elizabeth warren. his wife must sign off first. he is kick of the current leadership in washington and this morning, john kill r keller, takings a look. >> good morning. in politics, you never say never. if nothing else, donald trump has taught up that much. still, color me skeptical about curt schilling's chances of beating elizabeth warren in a it's not nay warren isn't vulnerable, at least in theory. in the recent poll, her favorable rating was under 50%. and it's not unconceivable. massachusetts was one of trump's best states during the primaries, and from his aggress uv use of social media to use of insults to excite voters fed
blueprint. beating wash, i doubt it and hearings why. massachusetts voters have made it clear over the years that on those rare occasions when they do elect a republican statewide, they prefer socially moderate republicans. think bill weld, paul, charlie baker. curt schilling is antigay marriage, believes in creationism and anything but moderate. he got himself fired from espn, for retweeting antitransgender. and insulted muslims by comparing them to germans. and the disastrous resisting management of his video game company that left rhode island taxpayers on the hook for millions. matches warn's biggest strength. her role as a complaint. but by all means, go for it, don't be surprised if you end up lumping away with more than
talk back to me on this at email@example.com. or twitter. we have brake breaking news for you. a car ran in front of blue hill. this happened shortly before 5:00. you can see the damage is extensive. this video just in. the car and the restaurant's front damage did go to the hospital. the injuries are minor. still ah out a new flavor. >> plus, samsung taking extra steps to prevent phones. >> and an incredible rescue off the coast of crane beach. a swimmer saved. the and he tegs that got into trouble coming up. >> temperatures in the 60s right now. it's a mild start for this time of the year.
i just want what's best for my kids. when i hear arguments that massachusetts needs more charter schools, i think: what about the students in all of our schools? every new charter takes away more money from the existing public schools. we can't afford to drain even more money from our kids' schools because they're already losing so much. i'm not just standing up for my own kids; i'm fighting for yours, too. please join me in voting no on question 2. ? dylan: anybody can do parkour. our whole aim with the gym is to get people moving, and want to have people understand that you own a body.
being able to try something that i might not know if i'm going to land, because i've always had this security behind me. my name is dylan. i own hub parkour training center and blue cross blue shield has me. welcome back. some big news this morning. m and m's trying out a new flavor. plus, new airline fees. >> samsung trying to keep
galexy7 note's on flights. hey jill. >> good morning, chris and brianna. samsung wants to make sure fliers ditch those before boarding the flight. samsung is setting up exchange booths around airports. travelers could swap their 7's for a different device. government officials banned the devices. the transportation department is proposing some new rules that would require airlines to refund fees when they significantly baggage arrival. that would be 12 hours for domestic flight. and a new suite is hitting store shelves. m and m caramel will be the fourth variety. it comes in pretzel, chocolate, and peanut. this treat will be available. coincides with the 75th birthday. call the dentist, right? creating problems. >> just in time for halloween. thanks, jill.
messy with all the caramel inside. >> absolutely. if they melt. my favorite are the crispy m and m's. those are my favorite. >> or the peanut ones. talk about m and m's all morning. all right, coming up, blasting off the international space station. >> plus, a wild fire burning now in california. the threat this morning and why crews are having trouble fighting the flames. also, a teenager hit and 18-year-old behind the wheel. the latest in the investigation
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station in two days. the launch was originally scheduled for september. but delayed because of the technical issue. all three crew members will spend four months at the space station before heading back to earth in february. i was checking out twitter. they had live feeds and giving thumb's up. it's cool to me. >> that is really cool. it's cool to think you can spend four months in space. >> and come back, and you're good to go. >> still wouldn't want to do ity but props to them for sure. i'm with you on that one. okay, weather to watch the next couple of days. summer warmth is in place. high temperatures will be 75 to 80, which is normal for late august. so, certainly not feeling like fall. we have lots of clouds and showers back in the mix tomorrow and friday. looks like a damp end to the week. 50s and windy this weekend. you know what that means, major leaf drop. it looks like a lot of leaves will come down because of that wind and because those leaves
drop already. that does make it slick on the roads. so keep that in mind. 66 in boston. same in lawrence. 67. most of us running in the 60s. extremely mild. out the door right now, clear skies in southeastern massachusetts. but we're starting to see some clouds advance and it will be a blend of sun and clouds for your morning commute. there may be a stray sprinkle. back down to the ohio valley, but ths moisture with it. aside from a stray sprinkle or two, the cooler air will arrive behind it. look at new york right now, 71 degrees. 66 in boston. but 50s and eventually 40s and 30s on the map in parts of the midwest. so that cooler air works in for us for the end of the week. highs today, 75 to 80. feeling beautiful. wind trying to kick in off the ocean.
80. plymouth, 82. 81 in norwood. a blend of sun and clouds. tomorrow, any sun we have in the morning is going to be very limited and the clouds will increase and thicken. showers arrive by tomorrow late in the day. most of them will come in towards evening. we drop by 10 to 20 degrees tomorrow. and most of the shower activity should be generally light. this is your evening commute. you may want to you may as you head into the ride home. some showers will continue thursday evening and night. friday looking damp and cloudy. we start with a lot of clouds and maybe a shower or two inland, but watch what happens through the day. here's the map at lunchtime. steadier rain filling in and downpours filling in friday evening and night. it does look like the period of most wet weather comes in friday evening. there may be showers that linger into saturday morning. there are those 50s for the
brianna. >> let's get you out on the roads this morning. a live look. northbound lanes of the expressway by the gas tank, and you're going to run into heavy traffic from the split on 128 right up to columbia road. also, some heavy traffic on route 3. and on route 24. >> we're following breaking news for you this morning. a car ran into the front of cheetos restaurant near blue hill. this happened or 5:00 this morning. you can see the damage is extensive to the car and the restaurant's front entry. one person was sent to the hospital with minor injuries. a swimmer. >> plus, a local teen hit and kid e killed while riding his bike. here are your top stories. >> i'm nicole jacobs live where a young teenager was hit and killed while riding his bike here on main street. i want to get you right to video from yesterday evening
scene. and it was that, for several hours after authorities tried to determine the identity of that teenager and exactly how the crash happened. we know an 18-year-old was behind the wheel of a gray suv. police say he did stop at the scene and was cooperative. at this point, authorities have not released that young victim's identity. they also haven't said whether or not charges will be filed for that 18-year-old driver. we do know it is investigation, led by the district attorney's office. that's the very latest from brockton, nicole jacobs, wjz this morning. a happy ending to a nerve racking night. coast guard officials say a 58- year-old man and his son-in-law went out for a swim in the ocean around 5:30 tuesday evening. they are said to be familiar with the area and good swimmers, but separated by strong rip currents and dense fog. the 28-year-old was able to swim to shore, but it wasn't
a helicopter spotted the 58- year-old treading water a quarter mile offshore. he was flown back to the command post where he was reunited. more on how he's doing coming up. >> a deadly crash is prompting new calls for signs and flashing lights. one man was killed. another hospitalized after they were hit on their way to work yesterday. the driver did facing any charges at this point. >> we know they were in the crosswalk. we have to do an investigation to determine the lighting. at the time of the accident, it was still dark. >> police haven't released his grief counselors were on hand today and yesterday. >> a woman is in custody after a standoff with police in new hampshire. it lasted for an hour yesterday morning. investigators say a woman with
her 12-year-old daughter inside their home. police are holding the woman without bail while doctors perform a mental health evacuation. >> under investigation accused of attacking a group of men outside of a sprifng field bar. four men claim, they used add baa tore and taser to beat them. the victim's attorney says the fight started when one client miss sill. officer's girlfriend. >> bill cosby used his fame and fortune to conceal crimes for years. cosby slated to stand trial in june on a felony charge of sexual assault. a pretrial hearing will determine whether more accusers will allowed to testify. he gave women drugs and alcohol before trying to have sex with
his accusers or remember if he's met them. a wild fire raging in california this morning. the flames broke out last night in the hills near porter ranch. officials say 15-acres have already burned and the flames are inching closer to a natural gas storage facility. crews are having a difficult time getting to the fire and are relying on helicopters to fight it right now. they say the flames seem to be moving downhill towards homes, but so far, no one is being tested positive for zika. an active zika infection zone, even as other parts of miami have been cleared. more than 1,000 cases of zika have now been confirmed. 163 of those are believed to be not travel related. the army is teaming up to study stress and how it affects the way you think. the new science center opened
responders improve problem solving under pressure. well, a morning run in boston with a shot of star power. >> michael phelps invited thousands to run with him. he had no idea so many would take him up on his offer. >> it was awesome to have all the support here. selfies were going crazy. >> it's a lits l tricky running with so many people, but also a didn't get tripped up or run over. he was in town for the forbes under 30 summit. a couple people went out there, i saw and ran with him and took pictures, but not you, because you were here. >> you know what, i would be okay running with him. if i had to get in the pool and swim against him, absolutely not. still to come, letting your vacation go to the dogs.
off at the end of the day. and the shelter says this gives the dogs a chance to exercise, socialize, and maybe even find a for ever family. i would not be dropping the dogs back off at the end of the day. i would be like, can i keep the dog? >> you would be calling the airline. >> such a nice program. i love that. >> keep it right here to wbz. your top stories
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live from the channel 4 studios in boston. this is wbz news this morning. good morning to you, 6:00 right now. i'm chris mckennon. >> it is wednesday, october 19. >> and developing right now at 6:00, a brockton high schooler hit and killed while riding his bicycle. the driver also a teenager. we're live with the latest on the investigation. >> a swimmer pulled hours. the rescue off the beach. >> and the final faceoff, what both presidential candidates are doing to prepare for their last debate tonight. but we will start with danielle niles this morning and we are expecting a very nice day out there. >> that's right. no umbrellas today. >> definitely don't need those. 75 to 80. feeling more like the end of august. i know a lot of us were waiting for the warmup.